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Perfect Gym Workout Routine If You Don't Have a Lot of Time Available

Strength training is very important, but we don't always have a lot of time during the week to work-out all the muscle groups separately.

5 days ago

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Strength training is very important, but we don't always have a lot of time during the week to work-out all the muscle groups separately. It is for this reason we have prepared a simple training routine that you can do in just four days. In this way, you will continue to exercise and meet your goals.

Training design

For this exercise routine, we are going to follow a torso-leg system, that is, one day we will train the entire upper part of the body, and the next day we will train the legs. The routine would be the following:

  1. Monday: torso training
  2. Tuesday: leg training
  3. Wednesday: break
  4. Thursday: torso training
  5. Friday: leg training
  6. Saturday and Sunday: rest

As you can see, you must train for two days in a row and rest the third day and the weekend. The general idea is to always have a rest day between workouts, so if you have the stamina, you can train periodically without resting two days in a row on the weekend.

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Benefits of the training routine

The growth of muscle mass is generated by various factors, among which the volume of training stands out. By this, we mean the amount of load that accumulates in each muscle every time it is activated.

So, this training routine allows you to train each muscle twice a week. This distribution allows us to approach each torso and leg workout differently, modifying the number of sets and repetitions, rest times, or movement patterns.

Some exercises you can do

We will introduce you to some of the most basic exercises you can perform during this training routine. If you are starting to train, remember to follow your coach's instructions and not force your body more than necessary.

Bench press

Barbell Row

Dumbbell Lateral Raise

Barbell squat

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